Several years ago near Christmas time, as I ran between terminals in the Atlanta Airport, I saw a sweet family rolling great-grandmother in a wheel chair.
I could easily identify the mom with her daughters looking so similar and dad with his sons. The grandparents doting over the great-grandmother, making sure she was comfortable and warm.
As I passed, I saw in the wheelchair a silver-haired, genteel lady dressed in a red Santa Clause outfit clutching a stuffed animal. The scene was so heart warming. So I stopped and asked the mother of the family if I could take her picture, because she looked so sweet.
The Mother smiled sweetly and agreed.
Great-Grandmother, who clearly had other thoughts gave me her most memorable pose, as her family laughed, delighting in her antics.
As I have mentioned before, always have a camera ready at all times, you never know what you might see.
This week is short, as we have had a lot of going on here. But that will not hinder the fun for Photo Friday on your end.
So, show me what you’ve got! And remember, “The best camera is the one you have with you!”
This is the way it works.
- Link up and invite others to link up with you.
- Select the permalink to your post (not to your blog link, but the one to the post you would like to share).
- Using the blue linky tool at the bottom of the Photo Friday post enter your link.
- It will walk you through selecting your photo.
- Be sure you encourage who linked up before you.
If you are linking up with Photo Friday, there is no exception to rule number 5. You must visit the person who linked up before you and encourage them in their comments. This is fun and how we build community!
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Great-Grandma is a character!
When my old camera died last fall, I intentionally bought something small that would fit in my purse. It’s easy to grab and go.
I love my big camera when I’m outside but my pocket camera is the easiest.
I decided on something in the middle: a very small Nikon with a couple lenses.
Sounds Perfect, Contance!
Thank you Sandy, Isn’t she the cutest thing?
Reminds me of my mom. Exactly what she would have done.
Sandra, I can still get tickled about that feisty woman!